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The Complete List of Streaming Services in 2022

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The Complete List of Streaming Services in 2022

Streaming services are literally a dime a dozen these days. And although most of us have heard of, and likely use, the “big five” (Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney+, and HBO Max), there are even more streaming services than that. Especially if you’re into live TV streaming, you can choose from a growing list of streaming options like Philo, fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, and more.To get more news about 39bet-phỏm miền bắc-tiến lên miền bắc-xóc đĩa-game bắn cá-bóng đá, you can visit official website.

So what streaming services are out there in the US, UK, Canada, India, Australia, and China? What on-demand and live TV streaming services should you be considering for your entertainment needs? Here is a complete list of over 200+ streaming services available in 2021.

And if you’re opting for live TV, we’ve got you covered. The free Flixed TV Guide offers programming schedules for local and national live TV channels, even without a streaming service subscription.
United States Streaming Services
The US has the most robust streaming service market available. Not only does this make TV streaming guides far more necessary to discover what’s on TV, but it also gives US entertainment fans more options than their friends internationally.

US General Live TV Streaming – 20+ Services
Those looking for alternatives to cable are increasingly turning their attention to live TV streaming options. Sometimes called “over-the-top” TV (OTT) or even IPTV, live TV streaming services eliminate the need for an expensive cable TV subscription, while still offering a wide selection of popular TV channels.

Sling TV was the first and most well-known option to hit the market, but there are now over half a dozen of these Internet TV services available to consumers. Here is a complete list of US-based live TV streaming services currently available.
While Philo runs as far away from sports as possible, fuboTV embraces them. In fact, fuboTV is the only sports-centric internet TV streaming service on the market right now. That makes fuboTV extremely unique in the field, but also, consequently, one of the more expensive options.

fuboTV gives you a one-week free trial. After that, you’ll pay $69.99 for 100+ channels at a minimum, up to $79.99 per month for 150+ channels. This service makes international soccer one of its key focuses, so if you’re a US soccer fan who can’t usually access international games, fuboTV is definitely the service for you.
One of the cheapest live TV services around, Philo was originally an internet streaming service for college campuses. It’s now the lowest-cost option on the market for live entertainment TV.

Philo is unique in that it provides no sports channels and almost no news channels. There are also no local broadcast networks like NBC, ABC, Fox, or CBS. By ditching all of those options, Philo is able to provide its service for an extremely cheap 25-per-month for 65+ channels after a 7-day free trial.
Hulu + Live TV
If you already have Hulu’s on-demand streaming service, Disney+ and/or ESPN+ and you’re thinking about cutting the cord to get live TV as well, consider going with Hulu’s Live TV option. The reason? You get Hulu’s on-demand option thrown in for the price, so you’ll actually save money if you’re already using a Hulu account.

Hulu + Live TV provides between 75+ live TV channels, including popular sports and entertainment networks. You also get a selection of local channels, although not as many as some competitors, like Sling TV.

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